Close-up of a pair of boots with a National Airways Corporation (NAC) tag on each at Christchurch Airport. The owner of the boots, Mr Gordon McBride, had to pay $2 in extra luggage allowance to...
Netball player, Shirley Langrope, sitting on the arm of a chair with her sandshoes.
Kathryn Ellis, 17, with new shows that have been crafted to fit her prosthetic feet.
Woman and child examine shoes on display in Dowsons, Ferry Road.
Lynette Neil, cobbler, with shoe lasts, at her cobbler's shop in the Ferrymead Historic Park.
An automatic combination back part moulding and seat lasting machine in operation at the Sucking Industries factory.
Marketing manager V. Buxton (left) and manager Ray Kelly at the Dunlop Plant, Woolston with 'leather look' product samples.
Views of sports shoes with sprigs.
Mrs A. D. Shand arranging dolls in national dress for an exhibition at Mt Pleasant Presbyterian Church.
Michelle Arcus holding up a beige 1926 French crepe de chine dress with bugle bead embroidery which sold for $300 and a pair of white kid leather wedding shoes from c.1900 which sold for $25 at a...
Machine operator Melvin Rainbow and factory manager C. Perry at Injection Moulders Ltd with the millionth shoe produced by the company.
Views of the New Zealand hockey team trying on shoes that were given to them by the general manager of M. O’Brien, P.Carter.
A pair of boots sat next to bins at the north ramp car park on Marine Parade in New Brighton.
A model cow, the quirky mascot for a local shoe shop, has a different pair of shoes on each day. The cow is located outside the shoe shop in Bishopdale Village Mall, Bishopdale.
Views of shoes left behind by firefighters at the fire headquarters after the crew headed off in their fire engines to answer an alarm.
Shoes of students participating in the schools kapa haka group at Oaklands Primary sit outside the school hall at 37 Cunningham Place, Halswell. On the wall is a display celebrating the cultures of...
John, Glenn and Zane Gray repairing running shoes in the workroom of Lion Boot Repairs on Oxford Terrace.
Ron Winder with shoes produced for Suckling Bros Ltd.
Ken Holt with shoes he has designed. Ken is one of the youngest shoes designers in New Zealand, aged 19.
Close-up of a pair of high altitude boots identical to those worn by Sir Edmund Hillary and Sherpa Tenzing when they conquered Mount Everest in 1953.
Machinists assembling shoes at the Marathon Rubber Footwear factory in Woolston.
A man operates a new Injection Moulders Ltd machine at the factory of Norvic Footwear Ltd.
View of the window display at Jones Shoes in Riccarton Shopping Mall.
Fred Marett of Suckling Industries with examples of shoes.